Tue
Oct 13 2020
02:50 pm

I think this explains things well.

Hoyos v. Burchett

Fri
Oct 9 2020
09:05 am
By: Mark Harmon

Congressman Tim Burchett was a "no show" for last night's League of Women Voters (plus other groups) online debate. Following the group's rules, Burchett's opponent, Democratic nominee Renee Hoyos, was given three minutes to speak and then asked to exit the forum.

The moderator and timekeeper then proceeded with the only other office on the agenda, State Senate District 6. Both candidates did show for that one.

Why is our local congressman ducking debates?

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